‘Up To 1K Gallons Of Oily Waste Discharged After Explosion’


Reilly says GPA is currently working with an engineering firm to help make the structure safe enough to investigate.

Guam – An update with the GPA explosion at Cabras 3&4 as Guam Fire investigators are unable to begin their investigation due to the unstable nature of the building.


Guam fire department spokesperson Kevin Reilly says quote “due to the instability of the structure caused by yesterday’s fire/explosion at the Cabras Power plant, Guam fire investigators are unable to begin their investigation.” It is unclear how long the repairs may take at this point. Reilly says until the building is deemed safe, Carbras’ 3 and 4 remain a fire scene with prohibited access. Meanwhile, the US Coast Guard is estimating that approximately 500 to 1000 gallons of oily waste, discharged from the power plant explosion site. At this time the coast guard says it is unclear how much waste made it into the water. More updates are expected soon.